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Top Quote In his debut book, Drunk and Disorderly, Again: "My Name is Hoot; I'm an Alcoholic" Claude "Hoot" Hooten, aka popular radio DJ Brad Edwards, shares the agonizing and sometimes hilarious details of how he won his battles with alcoholism, drug abuse and his obsession with women. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 20, 2009 - It's difficult to think of a child as an alcoholic, but Claude "Hoot" Hooten was. First drunk at five-years-old, Hoot remembers the excitement he felt as a boy, waiting for his next drink.

    In his debut book, Drunk and Disorderly, Again: "My Name is Hoot; I'm an Alcoholic" Hoot, aka popular radio DJ Brad Edwards, shares the agonizing and sometimes hilarious details of how he won his battles with alcoholism, drug abuse and his obsession with women. He became a top morning radio personality in Houston and Miami - then bought his own radio station and walked away a sober millionaire.

    "The number of individuals and families that are affected by the disease of alcoholism is staggering," he says. "There are over 73 million alcoholics in the world, and over 30 million residing in the United States." Drunk and Disorderly, Again is not a formula, Hooten says, but a life story that allows the reader to journey down all the dead ends with Hoot in his search for sobriety. Readers will see firsthand what worked and more importantly, what didnít.

    "I wrote Drunk and Disorderly, Again to give hope to those functioning alcoholics who may see a better way to find success in life, business and with their families," Hooten says. "It is a how-to book in the sense that throughout the writing, I lead the way with what you have to do next. The key in this book is the readerís ability to reach deep into his or her psyche to pull up the honesty it takes to win the battle over alcohol. More than anything, honesty is the key."

    Claude Hooten, who was born in Los Angeles, was as a young writer sponsored by the Hearst Corporation. Prior to owning a radio station in Santa Fe, N.M., Hoot was a popular radio personality in Houston and Miami. He has studied journalism at East L.A. College, telecommunications at Los Angeles City College and the University of California at Los Angeles. A member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, this is his first book.

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